Here's that three-story, three-flat that everyone loves! First time on market in 30 years. Prime East Village block. Beautiful vintage details intact including rich hardwood floors, natural trim, built-ins, high ceilings and tall windows - with modern kitchens and baths. Radiators on first floor. Central air in each unit. Full, unfinished basement - easy duplexing. RT4 zoning allows for expansion. Landscaped back yard and two-car garage. It's in great shape! Super clean. Ideal for live-in owner, condo conversion or investor.
Gas, Forced Air, Hot Water/Steam, Radiators, 2+ Sep Heating Systems
Lake Michigan, Public
This listing 916 North Winchester Avenue Chicago, Il 60622
is a two to four units listing
with 5 bedrooms . 916 North Winchester Avenue was built in 1900. 916 North Winchester Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60622.
It has been listed on our site since 2/18/18.
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